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At 11:29pm on May 9, 2011, Joseph P said…
Heh, try the other arm, just to be sure.  :-P
At 7:10pm on May 6, 2011, Joseph P said…
Now remember, with great power comes great responsibility.
At 8:10pm on May 3, 2011, Joseph P said…
Aww damn.  I can't stay mad when you make that face.  :-P
At 5:14pm on April 26, 2011, Joseph P said…
Eh, I need something as a source of self-abuse, though.  Stop stealing my stand-up material.  :-D
At 5:38pm on April 19, 2011, Joseph P said…

I've only read Chobits straight through, although I've seen bits of their other work.  I've read one book of 'Wish' and then a little of two other series by them.  I can't remember what the other two were called, though.

 

CLAMP's books are on my list of things to get, once I'm ready to start collecting books again.  I'm probably drawing question to my masculinity with them, but oh well.  *shrug*

At 10:35pm on April 14, 2011, Joseph P said…

Heh heh heh heh heh.  I'd say to make sure you anti-virus is up to date, but maybe you should check for a rogue A.I. chip, instead.

 

Hmm, I'll have to check that one out.  I haven't read much manga since Chobits.

At 7:48am on April 14, 2011, Joseph P said…

Hmm, weird.  Wonder what's wrong with your system?

 

Also, very weird manga you've got there.  :-D  I can see the context for your comment, now.

At 2:55pm on November 5, 2010, moJoe said…
I'm glad that you've never been on 4chan, I honestly don't think there is much there for you. Granted, some cool memes and some potent activism comes out of there, but it's also populated by some pretty messed up people. Not the fun kind of messed up, either. Just... bizarre (and often gross.)

The anonymous correspondence favored by that community has a strange effect on the way that people interact with one another. There is a doctorate level paper in psychology (possibly several) just waiting to be written about that site and the way it changes the processes and goals of conversation.

One of the many indulgences that certain parts of that site allows its predominately male usership is the communal acceptance of a sort of institutionalized sexism. This allows them to play out their personal frustrations with male/female relationships without suffering any real-world or "virtual world" repercussion because everything is totally anonymous. The down side to that is that young women seeking to gain acceptance or attention from the "bad boys" that lurk around that site often make a lot of bad decisions.

Basically, it's a communal hive ID run amok.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Id,_ego,_and_super-ego#Id

Long story short, I'd dodge that site. If you want something that has a lot of content and the capacity for the generation of memetics and real-world activism, check out reddit.com. The recent Colbert/Stewart rally began as an idea from a user on that site. It's pretty well known that Stephen Colbert lurks on there as well as a lot of other famous people.

http://www.brainresidue.com/stephen-colbert-hollers-reddit-re-restoring-truthiness-rally/

The community on there is typically very well educated and while they can be edgy, they are also a lot less... effed up.

Sorry for the lecture, but that site is no bueno. :P
At 4:29pm on November 4, 2010, moJoe said…
Eli is also an Inuyasha fan and likes all kinds anime and nerdy movies in general. I'm not sure about Lamar. I am guessing not. He is a techie and loves some video games and science, which is pretty nerdy, but I think he is pretty normal, he is just totally surrounded by nerds all the time and they are rubbing off on him. There are a lot of nerdy things that he doesn't seem to have a natural proclivity towards, but he's a good sport about it and will play nerdy games and stuff with the rest of the dorks with no complaint.
At 4:29pm on November 3, 2010, moJoe said…
I have not seen the one's you mentioned yet. To be honest, I haven't watched much anime in the last couple of years. I'll have to check them out.

The only anime that I have seen with dubs as good or better than the original voice acting was Cowboy Bebop and the last couple of Studio Ghibli flicks. I think Bebop was localized by Bandai, so I don't know how the dubbing ended up so good because they have cooked up some real turds.

Princess Mononoke's dubbing reads like a who's-who of Hollywood, so it's not surprising it ended up fantastic. Billy Cruddup, Gillian Anderson, Claire Danes, Minnie Driver, Jada Pinket Smith, Billy Bob Thornton. That these people did dub work for an anime is pretty unheard of. Only Ghibli seems to be able to pull it off. I guess they recently released an adaptation of Ursula K. LeGuin's "Earthsea" novels and the main character is voiced by Timothy Dalton. Not that the guy has a whole lot going on these days, but still... pretty awesome--I think I need to check that one out.
 
 
 

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